This guided Segway tour takes you on a fun ride to explore the highlights of Flåm on two wheels
This guided tour takes you on a fun ride to explore some of Flåm’s most beautiful landmarks and view...
Flåm’s not only surrounded by sheer beauty in the form of towering peaks, sheer cliffs, verdant valley and shimmering fjords — it’s also the nexus of some of the most enthralling trips by boat, bus or train anywhere on Earth.
Speed along the world-famous Aurlandsfjord to the mouth of the Nærøyfjord, where you’ll soak in the stunning Sagfossen waterfall on this guided, 1.5-hour fjord safari by RIB-boat. Keep an eye out for seals, porpoises and eagles en route!
Credit: Paul Edmundson
Nicknamed the King of Fjords, the Sognefjord is the world’s second longest fjord. It extends 204 km inland (127mi). The cliff walls along the fjord rise as high as 1,300 m (4265 ft).
Hop on a RIB-boat for an intimate 2,5-hour trip of the area around Flåm. As you take in the winter wonderland views, dotted with small villages and frozen waterfalls, the guide will share stories and tales from this fascinating part of Fjord Norway.
A short bus trip away, one of the most jaw-dropping viewing platforms in fjord Norway awaits: the Stegastein Viewpoint. 650 metres above fjord level and at 31 metres long, the Stegastein Viewpoint provides the perfect bird’s eye view of the fjord region.
Credit: Sverre Hjørnevik | Visit Flam